Camden Underground: Crimson Wave – Craft the Resistance

Dates and Times

Mon 17 Sept at 9pm

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Ticket information

£12/10 (conc.)

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Presented by Dirty Rascals and Louise Wilcox

Do you like labial lace, mammary mittens, yoni yarnwork and clitoral crochet? Do you find the constant battle with misogyny infuriating, tiring and never-ending? Do you have strong ingrained preconceptions about female bodies and the people in them?

Crimson Wave wants your help to craft the resistance against misogyny.

Using the power of arts, crafts and genital fluids, she will give you tools to aid you in your quest as a feminist warrior.

Join her in her craftivist bunker, a feminist utopia. Drawing on the practice of making as activism, we will use crafts to reveal, confront, and ultimately attempt to purge our entrenched misogyny.

This project was originally developed in association with Bez Kinte, along with support from Arts Council England and CPT.

This production contains swearing and loud music.


About the company

Dirty Rascals is a theatre and live art company based in South London, founded in 2016. The company’s show I Want You To Admire Me/But You Shouldn’t launched CPT’s Sprint Festival in March and was one of The Stage’s Top 10 Theatre Shows to See at Brighton Fringe 2018. Dirty Rascals was one of New Diorama Theatre’s Graduate Emerging Companies 2017.

Louise Wilcox is a performer and theatre-maker who has also worked as a puppeteer, vocal coach and movement advisor. She has worked with Theatre Re on an ongoing basis since 2015, devising and performing in their latest production The Nature of Forgetting. She has also worked extensively with international collective Bez Kinte, devising and performing in BREAKS which was performed at the Dublin Fringe 2016 before being commissioned and recorded as a radio play by RTÉ. Louise is an Associate Artist with Dirty Rascals. | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | #crafttheresistance

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